MFFSMicrosoft Flash File System
MFFSMedicare Fee-for-Service
MFFSModified Farmer Field School (agriculture)
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It further said that a multitranche financing facility (MFF) of US $ 990 million would help introduce an advanced electricity metering system for power distribution companies , reducing losses and boosting revenues collection.
The SHG-Bank linkage has been able to reach to a much larger proportion of unserved rural poor in India, as MFl's continue to evolve in India, they seem to be incrementally increasing their influence on rural credit markets- much larger than what MFFs have been able to do in Pakistan.
Werner said, "The investment will help upgrade Pakistan's aging power distribution infrastructure allowing power generated to reach the consumers." According to the press release, the loan is meant for Tranche-3 of the Power Distribution Enhancement Investment Program under the Multi tranche Financing Facility (MFF) that was approved in 2008 to invest USD 810 million.
The multi-tranche financing facility (MFF) targets investment in priority areas to reduce power losses and increase the reliability of the power distribution system.
This successful MFF demonstration, however, provides insight into how the above issues can be solved by using MFFs and MRAMs that require 1.2 V or less and have unlimited write endurance.
To be entirely accurate, one would have to include the money set aside for ITER and GMES in the comparison between the two MFFs as both expenditure items are included in the current programming.
De Parle (2002) argued MMC performed a little better than traditional Medicare fee for service (MFFS) in delivery quality and health status.
As an example of how this approach might be implemented, we describe an application that uses a sample of 271,479 original (Fee-for-Service) Medicare Beneficiaries surveyed as part of the 2000-2002 Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Medicare Fee-for-Service (MFFS) Surveys.
When beneficiaries are unable to provide responses independently to the CAHPS[R] Medicare Fee-for-Service (MFFS) and Medicare Managed Care (MMC, now Medicare Advantage or MA) surveys, proxies are permitted to participate in ways that range from assistance (by reading the questions, writing down the answers the beneficiary gives, translating the questions into the beneficiary's language, or helping in some other similar manner) to serving as a proxy respondent (i.e., answering about the beneficiary's experiences in place of the beneficiary).
Thus, the purpose of this study was to compare pregnancy outcomes between Medicaid capitated care (MCC) and Medicaid fee-for-service (MFFS) settings.